Hawarden Man Taken To Le Mars Hospital After Accident

Date posted - December 26, 2012

Iowa State Patrol logoHawarden, Iowa — A Hawarden man was taken to a Le Mars Hospital after an accident on Sunday.

The Iowa State Patrol reports that 23-year-old Drew Sasse of Hawarden was southbound on K22 about a third of a mile south of 500th street in a 2004 GMC Envoy. He crossed the centerline and went off road to the left then swerved back to the right. The Envoy went off the road to the right and rolled in the west ditch. It came to rest on its driver’s side facing west.

Sasse was transported to Floyd Valley Hospital in Le Mars by his girlfriend.

His Envoy received $5000 in damages.

He was charged with failure to maintain control.

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